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The University has announced today ambitious plans for a new £8 million Music Centre to transform the musical facilities offered to students and the general public and to reinforce the place of music at the heart of the University and town of St Andrews.

The new centre will offer practice, rehearsal and teaching space needed by student musicians and will also incorporate a dedicated rehearsal...
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It’s Friday the 13th… Dr Peter Maxwell Stuart, honorary reader with St Andrews School of History, investigates superstition around the number 13 and the saying “unlucky for some.” [ Bit.ly Link ]
St Andrews researchers say that a previously unmapped area of the Congo Basin is vulnerable to agriculture and climate change.

The scientists who made the discovery in the most extensive peatland complex in the tropics say that the soils contain about 30 billion tonnes of carbon and should be the focus of conservation efforts. #research #SaintsResearch [ Bit.ly Link ]
Arclight, a low-cost, solar-powered ophthalmoscope aimed at helping health workers in low-income countries detect signs of blindness device could help save the sight of millions of people around the world.

Launched by a team at the University of St Andrews, the device has been shown to perform as well as traditional devices. #research #evertoexcel [ Bit.ly Link ]
Congratulations to first year School of Medicine student Daniel Johnstone on winning the Higgs Prize for Physics. The prize is awarded to the top male and female student for their outstanding performance in Advanced Higher Physics. Daniel received the award today, and is pictured below with Shirley-Anne Somerville, MSP for Dunfermline and Minister for Further Education, Higher Education and...
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BBC Science Correspondent Ken Macdonald reports on award-winning University of St Andrews spin-out company MOFgen which is pioneering cutting-edge technology for the healthcare industry that will reduce Healthcare Acquired Infections (HAIs), prevent procedural complications and improve healing rates.

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Work to lay four miles of pipeline between St Andrews and Guardbridge earlier this year uncovered a hoard of Neolithic pottery and flint tools which had lain buried for over 4000 years.

2016 | St Andrews excavations uncover valuable archaeology | University of St Andrews

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ICYMI: PhD student Linnéa Franssen’s ground-breaking computer model could reveal why cancer becomes drug-resistant over time. #TakeAIM16 #mathematics #saintsdiscovery

Linnea Franssen Using maths to outsmart cancer

Linnea Franssen, winner of #TakeAIM16, describes her research and its impact - using maths to outsmart cancer

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One of the world’s most endangered animals - analysis and monitoring of the vaquita porpoise in Mexico, by academics at the University’s Centre for Research into Ecological and Environmental Modelling (CREEM), has revealed there are only around 60 left in the world, with numbers declining fast. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Happy New Year from the University of St Andrews! #Saintsof2017 #SaintsFamily
This week we are taking a trip down memory lane, revisiting some of the most exciting news stories from the last twelve months…

As the year drew to a close, the University of St Andrews’ Eden Campus at Guardbridge won the Sustainable Development Award for our new biomass energy centre at the Scottish Green Energy Awards 2016.

2016 | Eden Campus energy centre scoops national green award | University of St Andrews

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This week we are taking a trip down memory lane, revisiting some of the most exciting news stories from the last twelve months…

In October researchers from the University said they are one step closer to discovering a shorter, and more effective treatment for tuberculosis.

2016 | New trials offer hope for TB treatment | University of St Andrews

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This week we are taking a trip down memory lane, revisiting some of the most exciting news stories from the last twelve months…

September marks the start of the academic year, and what better time to be named UK University of the Year for Teaching Quality?

2016 | St Andrews top for teaching quality | University of St Andrews

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This week we are taking a trip down memory lane, revisiting some of the most exciting news stories from the last twelve months…

With global terrorism on the rise, March saw the publication of a new article by Professor Stephen Reicher (in the magazine Scientific American Mind) which discussed the psychology of terrorism and how the field can help in countering extremism.

2016 | Understanding the appeal of ISIS | University of St Andrews

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Covering the best of our 2016 News: In Feb we announced that Sally Mapstone would be our 11th Principal. #UniversityImpact Universities UK
This week we are taking a trip down memory lane, revisiting some of the most exciting news stories from the last twelve months…

February saw the announcement that Professor Sally Mapstone, then Pro-Vice-Chancellor at the University of Oxford, would become the 11th Principal and Vice-Chancellor at St Andrews in September 2016.

2016 | Professor Sally Mapstone to be the next Principal of the University of St Andrews | University of St Andrews

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Over the next week we’ll be taking a trip down memory lane, revisiting some of our most exciting news stories from the last twelve months…

In January 2016, the University announced a £10 million investment in a new Marine Lab to cement Scotland's reputation as a world leader in oceanic research and species protection.

2016 | New £10m marine lab for St Andrews | University of St Andrews

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